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The investment will support AI research in disability claim prediction, as well as fraud detection and natural language comprehension in customer service.
The shakeup is being made to “prepare students of today for the world of the future” and represents the biggest change to curriculum at the school since the 1950s, according to MIT president L. Rafael Reif.
The government said the funding will create and maintain 125 jobs, and will involve 1,300 science-based ventures in a wider network across Canada over four years.
“As a tool, AI could help us build a future characterized by better health, limitless scientific discovery, shared prosperity and the fulfillment of human potential. At the same time there’s a growing awareness that innovation can have unintended consequences and valid concern that not enough is being done to anticipate and address them,” says Lila Ibrahim, COO of DeepMind.
Memory is applying what it describes as AI and digital technology to create various tools to help solve “the abuses of time” that workers typically face in the modern workplace.
June.ai’s platform consists of several discrete tools, or “hubs,” that perform autonomous tasks, like organizing messages, surfacing attachments, and highlighting important conversations.
Applied, which uses algorithms to determine how applications are reviewed, raised the funding from Blackbird Ventures, with participation from Skip Capital, Angel Academe, Giant Leap, Impact Generation Partners, and others.
Founded in 2008, Barcelona-based Zhilabs offers a flagship product called CustomAir, formerly known as FlowSight, that helps carriers drill down into the network performance experience at the individual subscriber level.
CEO Matt Miesnieks has three goals for 6D: The company would build APIs to capture the three-dimensional geometry of the world; it would apply that three-dimensional data to build semantic APIs so applications can understand the world; and it would partner and extend those APIs to create an operating system for reality.
For a mental health professional, asking the right questions and interpreting the answers is a key factor in the diagnosis. But what if a diagnosis could be achieved through natural conversation, versus requiring context from question and answer?